Predictive Analytics & Alerts

Identify cost savings opportunities for your company with visibility into real market transactions

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Historical transactional data interface and features

Historical transactional data

DatalynqTM provides users with historical transactional data showing how accessible a part has been over time. Due to raw material shortages, logistics complications, geopolitical conflicts, natural disasters, or accelerated obsolescence, some products can have wildly varying availability over a few months or years.

Simple and effective

Price and inventory insights are critical to keep your supply chain moving. Datalynq doesn’t bog users down in detail; it presents the most important information upfront.

  • Discover demand changes for form-fit-function equivalent parts

  • Track lead time, inventory, pricing, and shortage patterns

  • Subscribe to get regular updates on parts and assemblies

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Articles about Predictive Analytics & Alerts

Best of Sensors Award

Sourceability's Datalynq™ Wins 2022 Best of Sensors Award

Datalynq™, the electronic component industry’s premier source for market intelligence and analytics, was recognized as a winner in the Innovative Product Category for Data Acquisition & Analytics in the 2022 Best of Sensors Awards.

June 29, 2022
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Understanding Electronic Components Shortage and Obsolescence Management in 2022

In this presentation, Sourceability Solutions Engineer Vernon Densler discusses the transaction data-fueled shortage and obsolescence management methods he developed over two decades that power Datalynq's digital platform.

June 1, 2022
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Why Datalynq's Electronic Components Market Intelligence is Invaluable

Datalynq offers electronic components market intelligence that can't be found anywhere else. Our custom solutions feature transactional data-driven insights into design risk, market availability, pricing, multi-source availability, and inventory trends.

May 17, 2022